Gabrielle Zilkha is an award-winning director and producer with experience in scripted, documentary and interactive content. She comes from a family of funny neurotics in Montreal and currently resides in Toronto.
Latest from Gabrielle Zilkha
'Beautiful amazing mindful troublemakers': How James Fowler is bringing 1000 queer artists together
The Toronto-based visual artist's 10X10 Photography Project celebrates the true complexity of work being made by queer Canadian creators.
Dayna Danger has a powerful message for gender non-conforming folks: 'This work is for you'
The Winnipeg artist's goal is to create space for people traditionally excluded from galleries and mainstream media and to represent them in new ways.
From queering metal to subverting rock, musician alaska B has built a career defying the rules
The founding member and drummer for YAMANTAKA // SONIC TITAN finds joy in turning conventions on their heads — something she's built a career on.
'Don't forget about us': Ashley Iris Gill's films paint a brighter world for queer black youth
The 26-year-old emerging filmmaker isn't afraid to take up space and make change from within an industry often dominated by straight white men.
'There is no barrier to what you can do': How Andria Wilson is empowering queer creators
The executive director of Inside Out and co-founder of OUTeast Film Festival has found her place by helping other queer artists find theirs.
'Feels like an honest form of dance': How voguing helped Twysted find his place as a black gay man
Throughout the decades, voguing has provided a much-needed safe space to trans and gay folk who have been rejected by their own families and communities.
'All power to all people': Syrus Marcus Ware makes art in hope of a more free world
Few embody the marriage of art and activism quite like visual artist, activist and scholar Syrus Marcus Ware. Meet him in our Queer (Self) Portrait series.